About Me

E-mail: bdt18 AT pitt.edu

I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh.

My research interests are mainly evolved around representation theory and its interactions with algebraic geometry and combinatorics.

I finished my Ph.D. in 2020 at Northeastern University , under the supervision of Ivan Losev and Gordana Todorov . My Ph.D. thesis was dedicated to the study of
categories O on Nakajima quiver varieties associated to bouquet graphs. Please find it here.

While my Masters in Higher School of Economics , I studied the combinatorial properties of shuffle algebras with two parameters and, in particular, obtained the Hilbert series for the quotients of these algebras by ideals of certain type. This project was suggested and advised by Boris Feigin .